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The Rainbow Landscape (after Rubens) Painting

Masked Sphinx

United Kingdom

Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 61 W x 48 H x 3.9 D in

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The Rainbow Landscape (after Rubens) (2023) Historically rainbows have had positive associations attached to them for good health, spirituality and healing – a connection between heaven and earth. The Rainbow Landscape painted by Rubens in c1636 recreates a vision of his deep love of the landscape – how he felt about it and what he thought in connection to man’s relationship to it. The animals and people all play a part in this happy event – overhead the rainbow frames them as they reap their harvest. In my painting, I have colour blocked the land in bright colours – the rainbow is not in the sky, but imbued into the land and water itself. Underneath the surfaces are amorphous dark forms that are hard to decipher with contour lines relating to energy fields and high rocky areas. The land underneath is damaged and the colourful surface rather than being a sign of prosperity and nourishment, thinly veils humankind’s destruction of it.

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:61 W x 48 H x 3.9 D in

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Masked Sphinx (Melissa Budasz) studied fine art painting at Camberwell and Norwich Art Schools (1997) and lives and works in Kent. She has curated and exhibited in several large-scale projects, events, and exhibitions including Personal Structures organised by the European Cultural Centre (EEC) at Palazzo Bembo, Venice, Italy (2024), the Uniqlo Tate Lates, Tate Modern (2018), a solo exhibition at Conway Hall, London (2017), and in group shows that include the Gerald Moore Gallery, Dulwich Picture Gallery, Guys Hospital and the Stephen Lawrence Centre. She ran South London Women Artists (2013-2016) and during this time she was the founder and editor of ArtVerve, a journal on women’s art (2014-2017).

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